|Nanotechnology -- Groks Science Show 2003-08-06 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Advances in manipulating materials on the nano-scale is beginning to yield promising results. The current state of the field was discussed on this show.
|Nanotechnology -- Groks Science Show 2005-09-21 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Nanotechnology innovations have the potential to revolutionize daily living. But, separating the science from the science fiction is a challenge both for scientists and investors. On this program, Dr. Matthew Laudon and Darrell Brookstein discussed the promise of nanotechnology.
|Napoleonic Science -- Groks Science Show 2008-03-26 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
The exploration of Egypt and the middle east remained largely unknown to European scientists until 1798. At that time, a group of scientists, engineers, and artists began exploring the region under the leadership of Napoleon Bonaparte. On this program, Nina Burleigh discussed Napoleon, his scientists, and the exploration of Egypt.
Keywords: science; Napoleon; Egyptology
|NASCAR Energy -- Groks Science Show 2008-06-04 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Developing clean energy is a major challenge for both policy makers and scientists. On this program, Dr. Lester Brown discussed clean energy technology. In addition, Prof. Diandra Leslie-Pelecky discussed the physics of NASCAR.
Keywords: science; NASCAR; physics; clean energy
|Nature or Nurture -- Groks Science Show 2010-10-27 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
What is in a name? How are our behaviors and outcomes determined? Does nature or nurture play the biggest role? On this program, Wes Moore discussed the Other Wes Moore with guest host Mario.
Keywords: science; sociology; society; nurture; nature; groks
|Negotiation -- Groks Science Show 2008-05-14 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Effective negotiation is a skill that is necessary for resolving conflict peacefully, but the strategies and practices of negotiation are often not properly taught. On this program, William Ury discussed the power of a positive negotiation.
Keywords: science; negotiation
|Nerve Endings -- Groks Science Show 2005-11-30 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
The brain is composed of millions of neurons that are connected at specialized structures called synapses. The discovery of the synapse by Ramon y Cajal won him the Nobel Prize, but not without a contentious debate from another Nobel laureate, Camillo Golgi. On this program, Dr. Richard Rapport discussed the discovery of the nerve endings.
Keywords: science; neurobiology
|Neural Populations -- Groks Science Show 2011-05-11 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Classical studies of the brain have relied on recording from single neurons at one time. However, understanding the interactions of multiple neurons requires different approaches. On this program, Konrad Kording discussed recording from multiple neurons in the brain.
Keywords: science; neuroscience; biology; technology; groks
|Neural Stem Cells -- Groks Science Show 2002-05-29 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Stem cells are progenitor cells that give rise to mature cell types. In the nervous system, adult neural stem cells give rise to new nerve cells in the brain. This show featured an interview discussing current research on adult neurogenesis.
|Neutrino Hunters- Groks Science Show 2014-02-12|
Trillions of subatomic particles called neutrinos are zipping through our bodies every second of every day. If that gave you goosebumps, don't worry because they're very shy and rarely interact with other matter- a property that makes them difficult to detect. Astrophysicist Dr. Ray Jayawardhana joins us today to discuss the hunt for neutrinos, the elusive elementary particle that brings news from distant stars and can help us understand the nature of antimatter...
Keywords: Groks; neutrinos; Jayawardhana; groks science show; particle physics
|Neutrinos -- Groks Science Show 2002-06-19 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Neutrinos are particles in nature which were until recently thought to have no mass. Recent discoveries however have shown that these particles do indeed have mass. The implication of these and other discoveries were discussed.
|New Cool -- Groks Science Show 2011-03-16 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
The FIRST competition brings together students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. On this program, Neal Bascomb profiles one such team in the New Cool.
Keywords: science; robotics; FIRST; education; engineering; technology; groks
|New Year Fitness -- Groks Science Show 2005-01-12 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
New year's resolutions will come and go, but with the right motivation they can be fully realized. On this program, former Heavyweight Boxing Champion, George Foreman, discussed how to meet fitness goals.
|Nitric Oxide -- Groks Science Show 2005-03-30 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
While nitric oxide may be infamously known for mediating erections, its role in the health of the heart has not been widely publicized. On this show, Nobel Laureate, Prof. Louis Ignarro, discussed these effects of nitric oxide.
|Nitric Oxide Disease -- Groks Science Show 2008-08-29 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Nitric oxide is a ubiquitous molecule in the body that is involved in several important physiological processes. However, diseases may arise when the regulation of nitric oxide is disrupted. On this program, Prof. Martin Pall from Washington State University discussed the role of nitric oxide in disease.
Keywords: science; nitric oxide
|NMR Technology -- Groks Science Show 2002-03-20 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Nuclear magnetic resonance is a physical technique that has allowed scientist to deduce everything from the structure of molecules to the structure of the brain. How does this technology work? This show featured a discussion on the science and applications of NMR technology.
|Nobel Prizes 2002 -- Groks Science Show 2002-10-09 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
The Nobel Prizes are awarded every year for exceptional achievement in numerous fields of human endeavor. This show featured interviews discussing the implications of the recent prizes in Chemistry, Physics, Economics, and Medicine or Physiology.
|Nobel Prizes 2003 -- Groks Science Show 2003-10-08 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
The Nobel Prizes were awarded again this year, and with it some controversies. On this program, we discussed the recent prizes in physics, chemistry, and medicine and physiology.
|Nobel Prizes 2004 -- Groks Science Show 2004-10-06 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Special coverage of the 2004 Nobel Prize Awards in Medicine or Physiology, Physics, and Chemistry.
|Nobel Prizes 2005 -- Groks Science Show 2005-10-05 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
The Nobel Prizes 2005. Professor Barney Grubbs discussed his father winning the Chemistry Prize. Professor Yuen-Ron Shen discussed the Physics Prize. And, Mary Miller joined us to to talk about the Nobel Prize Exhibit on display at the Exploratorium.
|Nobel Prizes 2006 -- Groks Science Show 2006-10-04 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
What better way is there to celebrate the Big Bang than with a Nobel Prize. On this week's program, Prof. Alex Filipenko commented on the 2006 prize in physics. Prof. Caroline Kane also joined us to discuss this year's chemistry prize. Finally, Nobel Laureate Prof. Peter Doherty talked about what it takes to get one.
Keywords: science; Nobel prize; chemistry; physics
|Now And Then, Here and There: Editing - Jason Scott|
Presentation by Jason Scott at Notacon 5 in Cleveland, OH. Now and Then, Here and There: Editing. Starting from the story of hitting a coyote, Jason Scott describes the nature of editing, our growing roles as editors of our own lives and content, and the future directions editing can take. Hints about the process are given, as well as a number of anecdotes related to Jason's own projects.
Keywords: editing; documentary; Jason Scott; Notacon
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|Nuclear Chemistry -- Groks Science Show 2005-12-14 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
Is nuclear chemistry an oxymoron? On this program, Dr. Cynthia Gong described this little-known but important field of science and discussed Deinococcus radioduran, one of the most radiation resistant lifeforms known.
|Nuclear Renewables -- Groks Science Show 2008-05-07 - Charles Lee and Frank Ling|
The current peak oil crisis has intensified the search for renewable energy sources. One possible option is nuclear power. On this program, William Sweet discussed kicking the carbon habit.
Keywords: science; renewable energy; nuclear power